Videos

Sustainable Fundraising, part 4 of 6: Asking/Take Action

In 2010 the National Capacity Building Project of the Center for Victims of Torture hosted an Institute on the subject of "Creating Financial Sustainability in Programs Serving Torture Survivors ". Lori Jacobwith's dynamic session was recorded, and is available to you here.

This is the fourth video of a series of 6. It covers:
Empowering people with their gifts; making good use of board members; 9 steps for a successful fundraising campaign.

Rating: 

Average: 1 (1 vote)

Sustainable Fundraising, part 5 of 6: Maximize Relationships/Stay Relevant

In 2010 the National Capacity Building Project of the Center for Victims of Torture hosted an Institute on the subject of "Creating Financial Sustainability in Programs Serving Torture Survivors ". Lori Jacobwith's dynamic session was recorded, and is available to you here.

This is the fifth video of a series of 6. It covers:
Monthly contacts; multiple touches; meaningful donor communication.

Rating: 

Average: 1 (1 vote)

Sustainable Fundraising, part 6 of 6: Conclusion

In 2010 the National Capacity Building Project of the Center for Victims of Torture hosted an Institute on the subject of "Creating Financial Sustainability in Programs Serving Torture Survivors ". Lori Jacobwith's dynamic session was recorded, and is available to you here.

This is the final video of a series of 6. It covers:Sustainable strategies; making fundraising fun; ah-ha's from this presentation.

Rating: 

Average: 1 (1 vote)

Terror to Healing: Survivor Suggestions for Healthcare Providers

Two torture survivors and a Bosnian medical interpreter offer suggestions for health care providers on appropriate and sensitive care for torture survivors. This video has been edited into four segments for viewing on the Web. The video was produced with Aurora Pictures, Inc. and received the Videographer Award of Distinction in 2001.

Produced by the Center for Victims of Torture in 2001, this short video offers recommendations from torture survivors for handling examinations - from setting up the physical environment to teaching opportunities around medication procedural equipment. 

Rating: 

No votes yet

The U.N. and Torture: Dealing with the Work of Rehabilitation

Talk by Juan Mendez, J.D., given at the 5th annual symposium of the National Consortium of Torture Treatment Centers, on February 13th, 2013, in Washington, DC.

Juan Mendez, JD is the United Nation's Special Rapporteur on Torture. A visiting professor of law at American University's Washington College of Law, he is a native of Argentina and survivor of torture himself, with a long and distinguished history working for human rights. Read more about Mr. Mendez.

The National Consortium of Torture Treatment Programs (NCTTP) is a non-profit, U.S. based network of 34 programs which exists to advance the knowledge, technical capacities and resources devoted to the care of torture survivors living in the United States and acts collectively to prevent torture worldwide.

Talk by Juan Mendez given at the 5th annual symposium of the National Consortium of Torture Treatment Centers, on February 13th, 2013, in Washington, DC.

Rating: 

No votes yet

Top 5 Reasons to Come to an NCB Institute

We think there are lots of reasons to come to an Institute by the National Capacity Building Project, but you don't have to take our word for it - let your colleagues tell you their top 5 reasons to attend!

Rating: 

No votes yet

Torture Survivors: Five Part Video Series

Watch members of the National Partnership for Community Training discuss their work with survivors of torture at the Harvard Program in Refugee Trauma, the NYU/Bellevue Program for Survivors of Torture and the Florida Center for Survivors of Torture.

The five parts of the series are:

  • Part 1: Who are torture survivors?
  • Part 2: What challenges do torture survivors face?
  • Part 3: Advice from practitioners?
  • Part 4: What is the trauma story?
  • Part 5: What can you do?

Rating: 

No votes yet

Understanding Vaccines

This 26-minute video explains why we need vaccines, how they work, and where you can get them. 

The video is available in English, Khmer, Somali, Vietnamese, Lao, Spanish, and Hmong, with some additional resources available in still more languages

Rating: 

No votes yet

WCPT Congress - Focused symposium: Pain Management

WCPT Congress 2011

Focused symposium: Teaching people about pain

Speakers: Lorimer Moseley (Australia), David Butler (Australia), Michael Thacker (United Kingdom), Adriaan Louw (United States of America)

This symposium brought several world leaders in pain education together. Every physiotherapist will deal with someone in pain. Evidence demonstrates that if they understand the true biology of pain instead of an outdated understanding of pain, their outcomes will be better. Taking this symposium will enable you to gain a basic understanding of what is currently known about the biology of pain and to be familiar with principles of conceptual change theory and evidence based strategies to teach people about pain. Integration of the International Association for the Study of Pain core curriculum and modern concepts of pain biology into clinical reasoning were also addressed.

Rating: 

No votes yet

Welcome to the 2016-18 Guide to Services

Welcome! This video is a brief introduction to the 2016-18 National Capacity Building Project Guide to Services.

Rating: 

No votes yet

Pages